Exploring relationships between education and liberation
The Education for Freedom Track will engage youth, educators, organizers, artists and media-makers to define, exhibit, and collaborate on what education for freedom means. Our track uses a model that builds on itself by first defining what is "education for freedom," then showcasing examples in different contexts, and finally bringing various constituents together to collaborate and drive the work forward. Participants will leave the track with new ideas about what education for freedom means, ways to orient their practice, and new connections and opportunities to engage in education for freedom locally and nationally. We are excited to make space for those working both inside and outside of schools, and provide room for educational freedom-fighters to connect.
Coordinators of this track are Nate Mullen, Thomas Nikundiwe, Carla Shalaby, Tanya Jackson and Nataliya Braginsky.